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Raiders top Chieftains, Blue Jackets

FOSTORIA — Connor Hill’s 39 led Lakota to a Sandusky Bay Conference River Division tri-match win Wednesday at Loudon Meadows. The Raiders topped New Riegel 178-184, while Hopewell-Loudon came in with a 200. Ethan Longoria added a 45 for the Raiders, while Colt Dible, Jaden Bonnell and ...

Columbian’s doubles play keys win over Senecas

Columbian’s doubles teams got off to a great start, and they didn’t let up Wednesday against crosstown rival Calvert. The Columbian duo of Casey Knutson and Anna Stephey beat the Senecas’ Victoria Ardner and Hannah Welter, 6-0, 6-1. At second doubles, the Tornadoes’ Erin Musil and ...

Cline solid as H-L girls finish 10th

HARROD — Kiley Cline had a strong day at the Colonal Golfer’s Club Tournament Tuesday. The Hopewell-Loudon player fired an 87, leading her team and placing seventh individually. In the 19-team event, the Chieftains placed 10th, with 454. Lima Central Catholic won the event with a 316, 59 ...

Fox claims tournament win in Florida

VERO BEACH, Fla. — Cheryl Fox didn’t go into the final round of the Florida Women’s Open and Senior Open thinking about winning. The 1984 Columbian High School graduate had a rough start at the Orchid Island Golf & Beach Club. Senior tournament, firing a 73 on the first day of the ...

Fliers open season by sweeping Redmen in home match

CLYDE — Fostoria managed to win just three sets against Clyde in a 5-0 loss. At singles, Clyde's Emma Strudthoff beat Abri Swartz 6-0, 6-0, Klara Miller defeated Raelyn Hoffman 6-1, 6-2 at No. 2 and Nathalie Cziesla upended Maddie Cook 6-0, 6-0 at No. 3. The Fliers No. 1 doubles ...

Blue Devils win tri-match

FOSTORIA — McKain Miller’s 39 boosted Carey to a tri-match win over Hopewell-Loudon and New Riegel Monday at Loudon Meadows. Carey shot a 174, while H-L had a 197 and New Riegel finished with a 204. Ethan Tanner added a 43 for Carey, while Carter Frederick had a 45, Brayden Miller and ...

Coming home

Members and former members of the Seneca East boys and girls cross country teams are pictured from the programs’ 50 Year Alumni Celebration, which was held Aug. 3. More than 50 alumni returned for the celebration.

Hopewell-Loudon Boys Golf

Coach: Tony Swanagan 2018: Sixth in BVC. Roster: Seniors Owen Schumm, Luke Graham; Ethan Oswalt. Juniors Layne Myers; Gabe Dohanyos. Sophomores Brendon Blott; Walker Suter. Tyson Swanagan. Outlook: It’s a new season, a new coach and a new league for Hopewell-Loudon, which will be competing ...

Lakota Golf

Coach: Ty Ray, fifth season. 2019: Sandusky Bay Conference River Division Tournament champion; SBC River Division runner-up overall; fourth at sectional. Returning letterwinners: Seniors Colt Dible, Marshall Minich. Juniors Kyleigh Dull, Jayden Bonnell, Connor Hill. Sophomore Ethan ...

Willard cruises to victory at Bob Wilson tournament

CLYDE — Willard won each of the doubles classes, as well as second and third singles Saturday, and won the Bob Wilson Memorial Tournament at Clyde. The Flashes scored 44 points, upending Southview, which had four second-place finishes and ended with 34. Bellevue's Rayven Whyde won the ...

Briefs

CROSS COUNTRY: Upper Sandusky seeks volunteers to work the finish line at the USHS Icebreaker Cross Country Invitational Aug. 20 at 5:30 p.m. at Harrison-Smith Park. Volunteers will be needed from 5-6:45 p.m. If interested, contact Brad Ehrman at brad_e@usevs.org or (419) 294-1788.

Seneca East first, Forehand second at Lakota Invitational

FREMONT — Jake Forehand finished second individually and two teammates joined him in shooting sub-80 scores Friday to lead Seneca East to the Lakota Invitational title at Sycamore Hills. Forehand fired a 74 to end as the individual runner-up, Andy Bauman and Andrew Kalb each shot a 79 and ...

Kalb, Seneca East win own Invite

Seneca East continued its hot play to begin the season, shooting a 303 to win the Seneca East Golf Invitational Thursday at Clinton Heights. The Tigers tore up the competition, topping second-place Fremont St. Joe by 26 strokes. Buckeye Central was fourth (372), Hopewell-Loudon placed sixth ...

Lakota 2nd, OF 4th at Wildcat Invite

BOWLING GREEN — Lakota’s Ethan Longoria fired a 79 to help his Raiders finish runner-up in the Wildcat Invitational played at Stone Ridge. Overall, Pettisville topped Lakota 328-346, while Old Fort had a 352 (fourth), Carey shot a 367 (sixth), Hopewell-Loudon carded a 383 (ninth) and New ...

Montgomery medalist at Clyde

CLYDE — A new season has started. Brett Montgomery appears to be as good as ever. The Upper Sandusky standout started his 2019 campaign by firing a medal winning 71 at Green Hills at the Ralph Hohenstein Invitational in Clyde. Montgomery — last year's Northern 10 Athletic ...

Seneca East girls golf

Coach: Brad Powers. 2018: Third in N10. Roster: Senior Taylor Greilich. Juniors Quinn Rotruck; Kayla Felter; Sarah Jones. Sophomore Makenna Depinet; Autumn Enders. Freshman Chloe Vogel. Outlook: Powers has a mix of ages and experience levels on this year's team, with players like ...

Seneca East boys golf

Coaches: Brad Powers/Jay Forehand 2018: Third in N10. Roster: Seniors:Andy Bauman; Jon Margraf. Juniors Jake Forehand; Andrew Kalb; Tanner Bridgford; Jay Shock. Freshmen Nolan Jones; Kadin Snay. Outlook: Seneca East has a pair of new coaches to replace Gary Manasco. The long time mentor ...

Briefs

GOLF: In the Baumann's Monday Night Ladies League at Clinton Heights, Closest to the pin in one on No. 5 is Geri Hammer. The long putt on No. 6 was Linda Ritzler, while Debbie Gershutz was closest to the creek on No. 9. Jeannine Curns and Barb Kuhn were skins winners, and Barb Gabel. Barb Kuhn ...

Carey boys golf

Coach: Martin Baker, 11th season Last year: 11-3, 6-2 N10, fourth in N10 Returning letterwinners: Seniors Ethan Tanner; McKain Miller; Brayden Miller; Kole Phillips; Peyton Young. Junior Carter Frederick. Others: Juniors Hayden Twining; Katie Walter. Sophomore Elyse Lortz. Freshman Caden ...

Heidelberg to see more blue this football season

Calvert football fans will need to check their schedules this year for home games. The Senecas, who normally play home games at Frost-Kalnow Stadium, hope to play two games at Heidelberg University’s Hoernemann Stadium. One game is set — the Senecas host Gibsonburg there Sept. 20. The ...